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chickens dead chickens. >> deanna and her husband robert who now own a small egg farm worked at wright county in 2002 and 2008. she says the company routinely took eggs returned by grocery stores and repackaged them as fresh. arnolds say their complaint ss to supervisors went nowhere. >> i blame management for that. >> reporter: as for their complaints to on-site usda inspectors, the usda says the workers were there solely to inspect eggs for labeling but tell cbs news their employees don't remember any of the conditions or complaints. in a statement friday, agriculture secretary says the case exemplifies the critical need to make significant improvements in the nation's food safety system. wright county responded to the arnolds' claims and says any time there is a perceived issue on our farm, we expect our employees to immediately bring it to our attention. to the best of our knowledge, no concerns were ever raised. for his part robert arnold wonders what more he might have done and what it might have meant. >> when i was doing the complaining, when my wife
into a promo. the information you're seeing right now is about deanna crawly. we'll have her coming up. >>> but first something else to tell you about. >> remember seven months ago when we were buried in the snow. well many of you did snuggling up, tony, and that means a baby boom. >> some doctors say they are delivering more children than usual in about two months. >> we've seen a tremendous surge into the fall for the number of deliveries. >> now other doctors we talked to say their patients readily admit they are having blizzard babies. >> there is a joke in there about you being at work and another baby, but i won't get into it. >>> because in studio we have a special guest, native washingtonian. >> she was the winner of the bett's sunday best and deanna crawly recorded her song at number two on the gospel billboard chart. she's with us now. congratulations, good morning. >> thank you for having me. >> have things been a whirlwind since the bet thing? >> absolutely. i love it. i'm excited. >> and we're reading in your bio, you beat out thousands of people for this spot. and i think
. the journey starts with one step. it is time for baltimore to take that one step. >> on pratt street, deanna cook and her daughter were making healthy smoothies. >> these will keep you going all day and help you lose weight and make your skin great. asteor those taking the test test. >> it tastes pretty good. >> it is better than i thought. >> i do not like it. i tried the banana barry. it is a little better. >> there are healthy activities every day this week. >> for more healthy city days events, including a chance to work out later today with riray rice, go to our website. >> 71 degrees. much more ahead -- >> including a look at your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. (sfx: coach's whistle) "the car coach" - lauren fix. >> in case your car repair shop hasn't noticed - there's been a shift. sfx: shifting. over 70% of women make the car repair decision sf shifting. auto service plus is one auto repair shop that has geared their business to earn women's respect. sfx: shifting. 'cause when it comes to car repair
and >>> the family of a 14-year-old who was electrocuted at a softball field has settled with a contractor. deanna green was electrocuted at a softball field while stretching. her fence was resting against a fence that was touching an underground cable. when she reached for a second fence, she was electrociewtd. her mom was in the ambulance with her. >> we went to the hospital, and they did all they could do. >> reporter: green's family just reached a confidence settlement with douglas electric and lighting but upset that the city was given immunity. >> baltimore, don't think this is just going away. we're not going away. number one, you need to stand up and understand this was your facility. this was your responsibility. >> no one goes to a softball game thinking that they're not coming home with their daughter or their mother or their brother. na is the most -- that is the most -- that's the furthest thing from anyone's mind. >> reporter: green's death prompted the city to remove and repair underground lines in several city parks. but the city wants the city to take more responsibility to they'r
from the barns, food wrappers, tools, a cat, mice. >> reporter: robert arnold and his wife deanna said they raised concerns with usda officials at the eggs farms perhaps a dozen times. >> i reported it to the usda worker that was there. she seen it and she knows about it and they weren't doing anything about it. they would just let it go. >> reporter: we called the usda. and they told us they had nothing to do with the safety of these eggs. their workers weren't even allowed in the hen houses. they were only there to judge the quality of the eggs. safety rests squarely with the fda. they could have inspected the egg farms, if they'd known about the problems. what about the usda's argument, that it's not our job, we're not allowed to go into the hen houses? i mean, that's technically correct. but it's a little sad that they can't pick up the phone and call the people whose job it is. >> reporter: late today, wright county egg told abc news it expects workers to report any issues, and that, to its knowledge, no concerns were raised. that is, of course, until 1,500 people contracted salmo
's education. deanna lives in union city where 35 teaching jobs is at risk. now she's trying to achieve what the cupertino parents did. >> it's the going back tohe grassroots approach thateally was compelling for me. >> reporter: they are celebrating but say it's only a temporary fix. >> we need to elect officials that will add advocate for education. >> repter: but for 6-year-old a.j., what his mom achieved is everything. it turns out susan is his first grade teacher this year and the reason he loves school so much. kristen welker, nbc news, cupertino, california. >>> wild ride on wall street today. the dow jumped more than 100 points o the opening bell, then fell back to close down just over 47 points. the bigger story, the market had its best september in 70 years. if the se could only be said about the rest of the economy. >>> when we come back, a discovery that raises the odds of finding life somewhere out there. there. what had happened in central harlem was failure became the norm. the schools were lousy... the healthcare was lousy... gangs were prevalent. violence was all over. famil
. >> the family of a girl that was electrocuted on a softball field settles a lawsuit. family of deanna greene agreedú to a settlement with douglas electric and lighting for ú%disclosed amount. leaned up against a fence to3she stretch. the family now wants to revive the lawsuit against the city, whiih was prrvvousll tossed out. baltimore city teachers arey paid. they will be paid according to how successful your chiidren are in the classroom. karen parks is stand understanding by live to explain these changes tonight. >>well, jeff, right ow teachers like this one attpoly, receive automatic pay increases known as step. ú%ce the board approves the contract, eachers will be paid based on what they do in and out of he classroom. >> a quuet storm, of education right here in baltimore. >> it is a quiet storm, that promises to rock the boat. >> the laadmark teachers contract advances transformation of city schools. by compensating teachers based on instructional effectiveness. teacher evaluations and evidence >>the new contracttprovides new opportunities to enhance the teaching profession, to i
center without bail. >>> on old deanna green who was electrocuted has settled a lawsuit with a private company but is still seeking to sue the city. in 2006 she was electrocuted as the fence was also touching an underground cable. investigators say when green reached for a second fence an electrical surge was completed e girl. an attorney for douglas electric and lighting declined to give the amount of the settlement. a judge granted the city green's family filed an amended complaint to restart litigation. >>> well, you don't need to be embarrassed when you or your children get head lice you need to know what to do to get rid g of it. >> reporter: when marybeth had children she never imagine she would be dealing with head lice. >> even though you're telling yourself this happens to ™ihappen to anyone, it doesn't matter your socio economic status or how clean you are, you still get that, not us feeling. >> reporter: it's been a problem ever since her oldest >> head lice are tiny little brown bugs that live on human but they don't carry disease. >> reporter: they crawl don't fl
center. >>> çtcxthe family of a 13-yea- old girl electrocuted has settled a lawsuit. deanna green was resting offher foot against a fence and was electrocuted after she reached for a second fence. they repaired several lines in city green's family filed an amended complaint to restart litigation. >>> the family of yardly love has created a foundation in her memory. the university of voila cross player was found beaten to death in her xknyapartment back may. love's former boyfriend is charged with first degree murder. the yardly reynolds love foundation also known as the ÷ to build a pro field at her alma mater. there's also a scholarship in her name. the foundation also plans to help children take part 'cñin programs within their communities. >>> a gunman opened fire outside an omaha hospital woundsing two officers. there was conflicting reports whether the suspect died but police say he's in very éd:&c% critical condition. investigators are looking into whether the gunman may have been involved in another incident with police just hours earlier. the two officers suffered min
here, we want to join michael and deanna as well. you are hear with the wine rix tell us a little about what we have and we'll do a little tasting. >> we have the chardonnay, and this is our flagship wine. a wondering rich, creamy chardonnay. and i'm going to pour off a little in this glass here. >> i can't taste it. somebody step up. come on. take a sip. what do you think? >> this is the overlook chardonnay. >> what do you? >> it's delicious. how much for a bottle? >> $28. >> cheap to come out hear to sonoma wine country. you can come to not only this vineyard but many other vineyards all across son ooma. we are heading into labor day. we've seen some cool weather and hot weather and temperature will be going down a little bit as we head throughout saturday and also sunday's forecast. and as we head throughout this coming weekend, we'll get some fog in here throughout the afternoon and the evening hours. we head throughout tomorrow, sonoma wine country weekend, 1:00 p.m. temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s. kind of a little reminder if you are coming out here, make sure you have t
. >> reporter: deanna arno worked at the plant and blames the government for not doing more. >> i told a usda ifr about it, and she said, well, go back and do your job. >> we tend to chase a foodborne disease after it occurring. >> reporter: the labor secretary called his main operation a sweatsho iowa named him a habitual offender. noo one died, but more than 1,500 people got sick. congress has since learned that wright county egg tested positive for salmonella. 73 of those samples were the exact same train. they did not inude test results in documents he provided congress. today they'll ask why. both companies are the subject every multiple federal investigations. om washington, i'm trac traci potts. >>> lawmakers have been long concerned about the fdaeeds more authority, but regulation to give them authority has been stuck on capitol hill. >>> eight current and former city officials from a low-income l.a. suburb are accused of stealing from the same people they represent, bu official from bell county, california will be arraigned on corruption charges. investigators say they used more than
to expect. so with the support of the midwife and kate's mother deanna oxley, the couple did everything they could to soothe jamie in his last minutes. >> and almost as soon as the last person left the room he startled, which was the first movement i felt of his arms and willings. he started gasping normal regularly. i'm like, oh, my god, what's going on? and then a short time later he opened his eyes. >> when i came back in, she said, mom, something's not right. he's -- he's -- he's still alive. and he put his little finger out and grabbed a hand. >> it's hard to imagine the sort of turmoil david and kate must have been through. were jamie's actions real or were they just struggling to let go? unbelievably, this went on for two hours. they did call for their doctor twice. both times he sent the midwife bachteling them jamie's actions were just natural reflexes. there was no possible way he could still be alive. >> i remember looking at you at one time going, what if he lives. and we were just giggling like kids, like he might live. like we could be the luckiest people ever. >> reporter
be contributing to the problem with its free lunches. kate bolduan reports. >> reporter: in san francisco, deanna waldo saw a crisis unfolding in her son's middle school cafeteria. >> there was not a single thing being sold at that time that i would have wanted my children to eat. >> reporter: waldo then became a school cafeteria crew seder. taking on what she calls the carnival foods schools were feeding children every day. >> soda and potato chips and hamburgers the size of your head. >> reporter: she found a grend in the district's new school nutrition director, ed wilkens. >> it was hard. a lot of people weren't quite ready for the big changes that would have to take effect. >> reporter: but they persisted. it took years. but eventually replaced junk food with healthier fare. >> we have salad bars. fresh fruit and fresh veggies in every school every day. we have zero percent transfat. we have whole grain breads. we've made a lot of changes. even given the challenges and constraints on the program we face. and certainly funding. >> reporter: and funding is a problem. it costs a lot more to ser
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